There seems to be a Boson (negatively charged) missing from the roster.

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Mass/Charge/Spin:

Use Helium-3 

Lithium Titanate -> (Lithium pebble breeders)

Tritium (Hydrogen3)-> Helium3 

This is a Boson (Hopefully not muon) build. 
Seems to be a negative Boson missing. 

Here’s an idea of what the build may be if that’s ever not found: 
You have your Z and W bosons, both with Mass and spin. You use the superfluidity of Helium3 to force the heavy bosons, like that of a bombarding Higgs Boson in succession through a series of Z alternating W bosons so that they collide and are forced into differing areas as the Higgs pushes against them “upwards” in the superfluid. 

As they collide they get excited and release energy towards the top of the system as heat which can be cycled off as electricity as well as radioactivity. Changing the near zero temp at the bottom to a higher range, forcing the cooler superfluid to compress below the heating superfluid before it sublimates into another form where it will take a change state and become some form of energy carrier. Hopefully by splitting (or combining the overall energy of) a Z and a W boson. 

Those that don’t release energy or bond to another atom, knowing that the boson is a force carrier and “holds” matter in place while a superfluid does the exact opposite—you should get an artificial friction between the two creating a new type of material be it magnetic flow type, Eddie currents, or attraction/repulsion between the two as the electrons are expanded and the pulling forces between the two become much greater. 

Once a negative spin Boson is found then it’s simplest to set up each of these parts as a battery as you would and bombard them with Higgs bosons as the electrolyte as they are the propulsion function within the superfluid, while the W boson would be your anode while you use the cathode boson to exit the energy out of the system in it’s multiple available forms.